A JS library for building WYSIWYG editors for HTML content.
bower install --save ContentTools
npm install --save ContentTools
To build the library you'll need to use Grunt. First install the required node modules (grunt-cli must be installed):
git clone https://github.com/GetmeUK/ContentTools.git cd ContentTools npm install
Install Sass (if not already installed):
gem install sass
grunt build to build the project.
To test the library you'll need to use Jasmine. First install Jasmine:
git clone https://github.com/pivotal/jasmine.git mkdir ContentTools/jasmine mv jasmine/dist/jasmine-standalone-2.0.3.zip ContentTools/jasmine cd ContentTools/jasmine unzip jasmine-standalone-2.0.3.zip
ContentTools/SpecRunner.html in a browser to run the tests.
Alternatively you can use
grunt jasmine to run the tests from the command line.
ContentTools via jsdelivr
ContentTools is available via the jsdelivr open source CDN, to reference a file from the ContentTools build directory use the following URL format:
As the project's CSS uses relative file paths you will need to either role your own version of CSS from the SASS files (recommended) or override references to fonts/images within your local CSS.
Full documentation is available at http://getcontenttools.com/api/content-tools
Where to post...
- How do I? -- StackOverflow
- I got this error, why? -- StackOverflow
- I got this error and I'm sure it's a bug -- post an issue
- I have an idea/request -- post an issue
- Why do you? -- chat with me on gitter (I may then post it as an issue)
- When will you? -- chat with me on gitter (I may then post it as an issue)
- You suck and I hate you -- contact us privately at email@example.com!
- You're awesome -- please find a megaphone and suitably high rooftop (but seriously any help spreading the word about ContentTools is much appreciated)
Stolen almost in it's entirety from this post on meta.stackexchange.com
The current aim is for all the libraries to support IE9+, Chrome and Firefox. Test suites are complete for all the libraries except ContentTools and I'm using Jasmine to check that the tests pass in those browsers.
There will be some visual differences for ContentTools in IE9 as I use CSS animations for some of the UI feedback.
ContentTools is developed using a number of tools & services provided for free by nice folks at organizations committed to supporting open-source projects including BrowserStack, GitHub and jsdelivr, Travis CI.